Custom treehouse builder, Django Kroner, and his Canopy Crew team take on a new treehouse build just outside Lexington, Kentucky. Challenged by his clients' request to get them over 70 feet into the tree, Django gets creative with a solution that takes him to the circus. Back at the tree, Django and the guys battle Mother Nature to take the build higher than they've ever gone. To purchase season 1, click here. Save
A custom treehouse in Fayette County will be featured in a television show on Animal Planet Friday. Treehouse builder Django Kroner and his team at The Canopy Crew, are the focus of a new television pilot, “Canopy Kings,” which airs at 10 p.m. Sept. 22. Kroner said he couldn’t divulge details about the treehouse featured in the show, except to say that “it’s our best one yet.” Read more here.
A man who spent three years living in a treehouse that he built in Red River Gorge and then started a treehouse village is being featured on nationwide TV. Django Kroner and The Canopy Crew are in a pilot for a new TV show on the channel Animal Planet. To read more and listen to the interview, click here. #RedRiverGorge #treehouse #Builder #nationwide #tv #pilot #animalplanet #TheCanopyKings #Series
“There’s a copperhead in my shoe.” Not the typical start to a story about the inspiration for a new business venture. Yet, it was an alarming situation like this that set Northside resident Django Kroner on his path to entrepreneurship as the founder of The Canopy Crew, a custom tree house builder and tree care company. To read more, click here. #builder #animalplanet #inspiration #northside #entrepreneurer #TheCanopyCrew #CustomTreehouses #TheCanopyKings #Series #Pilot
A Cincinnati man who went from living in a tree house in the woods to building them for a living has a pilot for a new TV show airing on Animal Planet this month. To read more, click here. #animalplanet #treehouse #cable #tv
SLADE, Ky. (WYMT) - Django Kroner moved to the Red River Gorge when he was 19-years-old to pursue rock climbing, a popular activity in the Gorge. It was during that time Kroner decided to move up, literally. He built a treehouse. "When you're spending time in a treehouse, you're constantly thinking about 'Oh I could add this' or, you know, you're getting a lot of ideas," said Kroner. Those ideas eventually turned into reality. To read more, click here. #mountainnews #Treehous